Early Stage East's Bio·Life·Tech Princeton conference was held at the historic Nassau Inn in the heart of Princeton NJ on December 4th 2006. Bio·Life·Tech Princeton brought together 225+ life science entrepreneurs, CEO's, VCs and investors together in one of the East Coast's hot beds of life science innovation and investment. With a dozen of the regions best life science, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical instrumentation and related emerging technology companies at Bio·Life·Tech Princeton offered premiere early stage life science investment opportunities.
Bio·Life·Tech Princeton's award winning companies included Adlyfe, which received the Most Likely To Receive Funding Award; Expression Pathology, which won the Best Exhibiting Company award and Nitric Bio, the People's Choice award winner.
Kathy Crothall—innovator, entrepreneur, Founder of Animas Corporation and ESE Alum—delivered an inspiring talk Wooing & Living with Investors: Cradle through IPO. Additionally there were two informative panels on Building a Breakaway Business and Closing the Deal: What the VC's Want to See .
Early Stage East would like to extend a special thanks to our Honorary Chair, Zev Scherl of NewSpring Capital. We certainly could not have done it without the hard work and support of our conference Co-Chairs Jenny Miller of Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, LLP and Steve Simpson of Ernst and Young. Thank You!
The attendee list is available for attendees of the conference. Please email [email protected] for more information.
Thanks again to everyone for making Bio·Life·Tech Princeton a success!
Sponsors included: Pepper Hamilton, LLP, Duane Morris, LLP, Saul Ewing, LLP, Fox Rothschild, LLP, SMART & Associates, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP, Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, LLP, Ernst & Young, LLP, Ratner Prestia, P.C., Delaware Innovation Fund, Commerce Health Care Ventures, FedEx, McBride Shopa & Company, P.A., the State of NJ, the State of MD(DBED), and TEDCO.